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contents of Breviora (Volume no. 121-178)

Cambridge, Mass. March 11, 1960 Number 122NOTES ON CERTAIN SPECIES OP MICRATHENA(ARANEAE, ARGIOPIDAE) FROM SOUTH AMERICA
By Arthur M. Chickering
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ALEPISAURIS BREYIROSTRIS, A NEW SPECIES OFLANCETFISHFROM THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC
By Robert H. Gibbs, Jr.
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Cambridge, Mass. Makch lo, i960 Xu.mi'.kk 124ANI8IAX A:\LM()N()1DS FROM MALAYA
By Bernhard Kummel
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THE LUMINOUS ORGANS OF PBOCTOPORUS(SAURIA, REPTILIA) —A RE-EVALUATION
By Willard D. Roth
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Cambridge, Mass. December 19, 1960 Number 127NOTES ON THE CRANIAL ANATOMY OFNECROLEMUR
By
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Mitaseimim of Coimparative Zoology('A.Mi'.iui)(ii;, ^Iass. I )k(kmhkr lM), nXil) Ximi'-f.r 12sSIZE OF EXDOCEUOID CEPIIALOPODS i
By Curt Teichert- and Bernhard KrM:MEL3
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SPINY SOFTSIIELL TURTLE,TRIONYX SPINIFER ASPER (AGASSIZ)
By Robert G. AVebb
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THE MECHANISMS OF CAEAPACIAL ANDPLASTRAL HINGES IN CHELONIANS
By R. V. Shah
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COMMENTS ON THE DISTRIBUTION OFS. SPUTATOR AND S. SAB ANUS
By Wayne King
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Cambridge, Mass. Fkbiu'ary 27, 19()1 Xu.mbek 138OX THE GENERIC LIMITS IX THE FAMILY PJLIDAE(PROSOBPvAXClIlA: MOLLUSCAji
By Edward H. Michelsox
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Cambridge, Mass. February 28, 1961 Number 134ENZYMATIC CONSTITUTION OF ALSOPHIS SALIVAAND ITS BIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS
By George Hegeman
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1947. Uber das Vorkommen und die Natur der Cholinesterase derSchlangengifte. Experimentia, 3:375.1948. Enzymes of snake venoms and their biological significance.Advances in Enzymology, Volume 8, p. 459.
F. F. Nord ed., Interscienee Pub., New York.
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GROUP WITH THE^DESCRIPTION OF
ANOLIS COCHRANAE, NEW SPECIES
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3. THE EVOLUTION AND RELATIONSHIPS OF THEANOLIS SEMILINEATU8 GROUP
By Ernest E. Williams
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Cambridge. Mass. April 10, 19(31 Number 137NOTES ON HISPANIOLAN HERPETOLOGY4. ANGUS
KOOPMANI, NEW SPECIES, FROM tllE SOUTHWESTERN PENINSULA OF HAITI
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in. altitude, above Carrefour Cauoii, Haiti,
A. S. Hand and J. Lazell, 5 August 1960.
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("A:Mi{Hir)(;E, ]Mass. June 14, 19G1 Number 138PFEIFFER'S UNFIGURED SPECIES OFSTROPHOCHEILVS {MEGALOBULIMUS )
By T. E. Crowley and T. Pain
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Sphaerodactylus shrevei sp. nov.Type: MCZ No. 62548, Mole Saint
Nicolas, Haiti. Coll.: J. Lazell and A. S. Rand, 16 July, 1960.
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Cambridge, Mass. June 27, 1961 Number 140A PRELIMINAKY REVIEW OF THE NEARCTICSPECIES OF SIEROLOMORPHA (HYMENOPTERA)
By Howard E. Evans
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Holotypc. — S .
MARYLAND: Takoma Park, 22 Sept. 1945 (II. & M. Townes) [HKT].
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THREE NEW TOADS FROM SOUTH AMERICA: BUFO3IANIC0RENSIS, BUFO SPINULOSVS ALTIPERUVIANUSAND BUFO QUECHUA
By Jose M. Gallardo
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AUSTRALIAN CARABID BEETLES VL THE TROPICALAND SOME SUBTROPICAL SPECIES OF PAMB0RU8,MYSTROPOMVS, AND NURU8
By p. J. Darlington, Jr.
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Cambridge, Mass. August 21. 1961 Number 144
A LARGE OPHIACODOXT PELYCOSAUR FROM THEPENNSYLVANIAN OP THE PITTSBURGH REGION
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Cambridge, Mass. December 14, U)(il Number 14()NEW HODEXTS FKOM THE EAKLY MIOCENEDEPOSITS OP SIXTY-SIX MOUNTAIN, WYOMING
By Craig C. BlackCarnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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AUSTRALIAX CARABTD BEETLES YITT. LEIRADIBA,ESPECIALLY THE TROPICAL SPECIES
By p. J. Darlington, Jr.Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass.
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Cambridge, I\Iass. December 18, 1961 Number 148AUSTRALIAN CARABID BEETLES IX. THE TROPICALNOTONOMIJS
By p. J. Darlington, Jr.Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass.
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A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE SILURIANCERATIOCARIDIDS (CRUSTACEA: PHYLLOCARIDA)OF LESMAHAGOW, SCOTLAND
By W. D. Ian RolfeMuseum of Comparative Zoology
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Only those references not listed
by Van Rtraelen and Sehmitz, 1934, are given here.Xeedham, a. E.
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Cambridge, Mass. January 5, 1962 Number 15UTHE GENUS BETHYLUS IN NORTH AMERICA(HYMENOPTERA: BETHYLIDAE)
By Howard E. Evans
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BREVIORAMiiseiuim of Compsirative ZoologyCambridge, Mass. January 12, 1962 Xr. miser 151
A NEW PHYLLOCARID CRUSTACEAN FROM THEUPPER DEVONIAN OF OHIO
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Cambridge, Mass. January 15, 1962 Xtmber 152NEW AUSTRALIAN DACETINE AXTS OF THE GENERAMES08TRUMA BROWN
AND CODIOMYRMEX WHEELER
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Cambridge, Mass. February 15, 1962 Number 153AN0LI8
SCRIPTUS GARMAN 1887,
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NOTES ON HISPANIOLAN HERPBTOLOGY5. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THREE SYMPATRTCSPECIES OF ANOLIS
By A. S. Rand
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Type: MCZ 43819, Polo, Valle de Polo, Barahona, DominicanRepublic, an adult female collected
by W. G. Hassler, Septem- ber 1932, J. C. Armstrong donor.
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PRELIMINARY DIAGNOSIS OP LSCHIGUALASTIA, ANEW GENUS OF DICYNODONT PROM ARGENTINA
By C. Barry Cox
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Mmseiuim of Comparative ZoologyCambridgk, Mass. May 2S, 1962 Number 157A RHACIIITOMorS AMPHIBIAN, SPATHICEPHALVS,FROM THE MISSISSIPPI
AN OF NOVA SCOTIA
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SpATHICEPHALUS PEREGER, U. Sp.Diagyiosis. Differs from
N. minis Watson, the only other known species, in its relatively narrower skull table.
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A FOSSIL GERRIIOSAIiR FROM THE MIOCENEOF KENYA (REPTILIA: CORDYLIDAE)
By Richard Estes^
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Gerrhosaurus cf. G. imajor DimierilBef erred specimen. — Coryndon Museum, Nairobi, M.
F. W. 1955/1.
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Cambridge, Mass. May 31, U)(iL' Nimber 159AGE IN A SMALL SAMPLE OF BLUEFISH{P03IAT03IUS SALTATRIX (LINNAEUS) )i
By Richard H. Backus
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THERESPIRATORY MUSCLES IN CHELONIA
By R. V. Shah
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AUSTRALIAN CARABID BEETLES X. BEMBIDION
By p. J. Darlington, Jr.
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(ANCYLOCRAXirM AND A3IPHISBAEi\A)FROM SOUTHEASTERN TANGANYIKA TERRITORY
By Arthur Loveridge
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NOTES ON THE HERPETOLOGY OF HISPANIOLA.7. NEW MATERIAL OF TWO POORLY KNOWN ANOLES
ANOLIS MONTICOLA SHREVE ANDAX LIS CHRISTOPHEI WILLIAMS.
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is an excellent description of colors in life. The American Mu-seum specimens (as well as Hassler's notes) were examined
by Max Hecht some years ago and the material tentatively referredto monticola Shreve.
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Kino- Christophe, one collected by W. J. Eyerdam for the Mu-seum of Comi:)aratiye Zoology in 1927, and one collected
by W. G. Hassler for the American Museum of Natural History in1935.
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Cambridge, Mass. August 22, 1962 Number 165
AN EXTINCT SOLENODONTIDINSECTIVORE FROM HISPANIOLA
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SELECTED FROM SYNTYPES IN THEMUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY
By Margaret G. Bradbury^
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Cambridge, Mass. September 5, 19B2 Number 167Bathyclupea schrocderi, a New Bathyclupeid Fishfrom the Weslerii Tropical Atlantic
ByMyvanwy M. Dick
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at the Port Niol)rara locality on the quarter section line betweenthe NW and SW (|iiarters of Sec. 24, T 34 N, R 26 W, CherryCounty, Nebraska, UCMP locality Y3218 (See IMacdonald 1947).The specimens marked "float" are, according to
'Sir. Tedford, "nndonl^tedly Barstovian, but come from an undeterminedhorizon within the Valentine."
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Cambridge, Mass. October 15, 1962 Number 169NEW RECORDS OF INSHORE FISHES FROM THEATLANTIC COAST OF PANAMA
By Ira Rubinoff^ and Roberta W. Rubinoff
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One specimen 190 mm. long was collected at Galeta Point. Ourspecimen was identified
by Dr. James Bohlke as a species he is currently describing and it will be designated as a paratype.
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With the exception of Dinematichthys cayorum these specieswere not collected
by Meek and Hildebrand (1923, 1925, 1928).
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MATERIALThree specimens of Droiiiacus novachollandiae were collectedby S. J. J. Davies in November 1960 in Western Australia for
Professor Ernst Mayr, Director of the Harvard Museum of Com-parative Zoology. Two of them were kindly given to us by Pro-fessor Mayr for neurological study. The lieads had been cut off
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TILIA). 6. REDESCRTPTIOX AXD RANGE EXTEXSIONOF AMPHISBAENA SFURRELLI BOULENGER.
By Carl Gans
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Cambridge, Mass. December 14, 196 2 Number 172
A NEW SPECIES OF THE RODENT PIPE.STONEOMYSFROM THE OLIGOCENE OF NEBRASKA
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MiuiseiLim of Comparative ZoologyCambridge, Ma>s. I)k( f.mhkh 24, 19(iL' Xu.mbei; l?,'!NEW
(SPECIES UF LAND MOJ.HSKS VUijM THE REPUBLICA DOMINICANA
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Typts. The holotype is in the Museum of Comparative Zool-ogy, no. 1881)11. from Colonia Ramfis. 20 km. W of SanCristobal, Kepublica Dommicana. Two paraivpes are in theMuseum of Comparative Zooh)gy from the same locality.
Dr. Juan Rivero collector, IMarch 1!)57.
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Types. The holotype is in the Museum of Comparative Zool-ojiy. IK). 2.'}()505, from Coloni;) Ramfis, 20 km. W of San Cristo-bal, Kepubiiea Dominieana, eolleeted
by Dr. Juan Kivero in March 1957.
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BREVIORAMiaseiiaoi of Co;mparative ZoologyCAMHKllMiE, ;M.\SS. I)K( KMHKK 24, 1 9G2 XUMBKR 174
A NEW AUCTOCVOXll) FKO.M TilE J'A1.P]()('EXE
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Camhkidgp:, Mass. 1)k( kmhkk l24, 19(i2 Xt\mhkr 1 7oA PICRODOXTID IXSErTlVOKE( .') FROM TTTEPALEOCEXE OF WYOIMTXa
By Paul O. McGrew ^
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Wyoming. Sniitlison. Misc. Coll., 131, no. 6: i-iv, 1 ;")".lIKil. Occiiirences of Palcocene Maniiiialia in Tertiary basins of Wy-(imiiit;. Wyo. Geol. Assoc. KUli
Ann. Field Conf. 47-52.
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ON THE RACES OF KINIXYS BELLIANA GRAY
By R. F. LaurentMuseum of Comparative Zoology
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Kinixys helliana nogueyi Lataste.MUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY: Dahomey: Bassila(1). Togo: Tohoun (1).
Sierra Leone: Kabala (1).
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RHIPIDISTIAX CLASSTFICATTOX TX RELATIONTO THE ORIGIX OF THE TETRAPODS
By
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Museium of Comparsitive ZoologyCambridge, Mass. December 27, 1962 Number 178
ON A NEW SPECIES OP THE EARTHWORM CENTTSTBIGASTEE BENIIAM 1886 (OCTOCHAETIDAE)i
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